Young People and Families

JOIN US IN OUR INFORMAL WORSHIP FOR ALL AGES:

BREAD CHURCH 

at St Andrew’s, Southwood Road. 

From 10am till 12 noon

We warmly invite you to join us at Bread Church on the first Sunday of each month.  

The morning will start from 10am, with worship at 10.30am for about a half hour.  We hope that you will find the space welcoming and if you wish to join in with making and baking bread with us that would be wonderful.  Everything will be supplied so just bring yourselves.  If you don’t wish to bake, just join in with the worship and prayer time and be fed by our bakers.  The morning will end by Noon, but you are free to come and go as suits you and your morning plans.   

INFORMAL WORSHIP WITH COMMUNION

9.15am, St Peter’s North Hayling.  

This short service on the second Sunday of the each month celebrates our love of creation.  It also gives those who wish a chance to be hands-on with bird and insect watches, and to learn about all that lives in our amazing churchyard.  Come and see our brand new bug hotel and learn about our plans. 

INFORMAL WORSHIP WITH COMMUNION

10.30am at St Mary’s

Join us on the third Sunday of each month for our informal worship.

St. Andrew's Church

Eastoke, South Hayling

Bread Church
First Sunday of the month from 9.30am, worship at 10.30am
 
Boogie Mites
Every Monday from 1.30pm to 3pm (Term time only)
A music session for babies and toddlers £3 for first child, 50p for other siblings
In partnership with the Children’s Centre
 
 

 

 

St. Mary's Church

Church Road, Central Hayling

Family Service
Third Sunday of the Month at 10.30am
 
First Steps
A friendly and welcoming baby and toddler group.  Every Friday from 9.30am in the Church Hall.  Worship in St Mary’s church at 10am.  

St. Peter's Church

Northney, North Hayling

Family Service
Second Sunday of the Month at 9.15am

 
Sunday School
On the 1st, 4th and 5th Sunday’s of each month, 9.15am. 

 

 

Young People and Families

  
 
All three Churches have safeguarding policies in place for children and vulnerable adults which conform to Government legislation and guidelines of the Diocese of Portsmouth.